As one of the first BGA members of 2021, Ludena Protocol hopes to bring the association and its individual members valuable insights into the evolving gaming culture of South Korea, which is known to home some of the world’s most prolific gamers and e-sporting events.
SEOUL, South Korea (PRWEB) January 20, 2021
With the release of Ludena Protocol’s first Dapp looming on the horizon, the team has announced that they have joined a major force in blockchain gaming: The BGA or the Blockchain Game Alliance.
A South Korean blockchain gaming platform provider, Ludena Protocol, will be joining 169 fellow members, the likes of Ubisoft, Atari and Algorand, as a BGA member themselves, as of January 11th, 2021.
As one of the first BGA members of 2021, Ludena Protocol hopes to bring the association and its individual members valuable insights into the evolving gaming culture of South Korea, which is known to home some of the world’s most prolific gamers and e-sporting events. Their first Dapp, GameTalkTalk, which has been operating domestically for over 8 years, has accumulated a whopping 3.5 million downloads from the Google Play store. The Android application specializes in the analysis of gamer big data, and provides game publishers with targeted demographic marketing opportunities, which result in real ROI effectiveness.
Ludena Protocol announced that it wishes to bridge the gap between traditional game publishers and blockchain-based game titles, through the strength of its relationships with more than 200 internationally renowned game companies.
The Blockchain Game Alliance describes itself as “An organization committed to promoting blockchain within the game industry.” With its main goal being: “…to spread awareness about blockchain technologies and encourage adoption by highlighting their potential to foster new ways to create, publish, play, and build strong communities around games.” Ludena Protocol’s CEO, Joshua Kim was confident that, as the protocol’s global mission was well aligned with the Alliance’s global mission, the membership was a natural fit. He went on to say:
“Ludena Protocol will contribute to the Blockchain Game Alliance mission in South Korea through the release of their first Dapp. The blockchain-powered version of GameTalkTalk will expose a large audience of spirited gamers to a fresh gaming experience, complete with real asset ownership, through NFTs and our native token, LDN, which we give out to users for platform activity like, for example, playing video games. We look forward to working closely with our fellow members to help everyone collectively reach theirs and the Alliance’s goals.”
Ludena Protocol is a gamified social platform, which rewards users for gaming-centric activities. Through partnerships with gaming heavy hitters like Blizzard, Netmarble and Sega, they provide users exclusive gaming rewards and access to highly-anticipated titles before they are released! These offers are available on its premiere app, GameTalkTalk, which rewards users in digital assets for their participation across the platform. Upon the release of its blockchain version, those digital assets will be transitioned into LDN, its native utility token. Users can receive LDN for playing hyper casual games on GameTalkTalk, which recently revamped its entire gaming catalogue to make way for infinitely-NFT-customizable playable game characters.
Ludena announced that it looks forward to making new partnerships through the BGA and further expanding the game title and NFT possibilities on its own platform, with the insight and cooperation of fellow members.